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Algona, Iowa
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Ex-livermore area farmer dies Tuesday Livermore — Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Bruces Funeral Home in flt. Dodge for Marion F. (Mate) Taylor, 84, who died Tuesday morning at Mercy hospital. He had been a resident of the Johnson Nursing Home ' Ft. Dodge since December. Mr. Taylor was born am raised in Humboldt county, the present Dean Zeman farm home being the former Taylor farm He married Ida Dickey in 1915 and they farmed, the present Henry Zeitnet farm where he established an ice cream fac tory and sold ice cream com mercially for a couple of years They retired from farmin and moved to Ft. Dodge in 1946. Mrs. Taylor died six years ago. He is survived by a son Oscar of Ft. Dodge, a daughter, Mrs. Nora Suter of Kansas City, nine grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Edgar Watts, of Humboldt, also several nieces and nephews. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman, a nephew, attended the services. 3 month* ago In a fall from an ' ievator on his farm. Mrs. Alvin W*iv«r of Maten Jity visited last week in the loirie of her mother, Mrs. "rank Sprong, and her sister, the Roy Salmon home. She returned home on Friday. Sunday dinner guests in the Dean Zeman home were her mother, Mrs. Rose Cran and Mrs. Bess Braley of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott. Mitt Florence Altman it the chairman for the Heart Fund drive in Livermore which will continue all through February. Those assisting in the drive are Mrs. Richard McKenna, Mrs. Clarence Carlson, Mrs. C. M. Baker, Mrs. Maurice Olson, Mrs. Milton Bergum and Mrs. Chester Ogan. Mrs. Lawrence Fuhrmann is chairman for Vernon township. Kyle VerSteeg, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin VerSteeg spent the semester break at the home of his parents. He attends col lege at Iowa City and is a freshman in the School of Pharmacy. Brian Zeman, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman, and Gregg Lempke, son of Mr. and Mrs Tribune THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—» Sunday in the home of Mrs. Butler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis. Mrt. Jettamine Miller entertained the Contract Bridge club at her home Saturday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served at a table decorated in the Valentine theme. At cards Mrs. Ted Wagner won high prize, Mrs. George Leverty second high and Mrs. Hazel Sanders the bingo prize. Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Norman. Scott were guests. Mrt. Marcia Berryhill and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carman went to Des Moines Sunday where they attended the Merchandise Show. funeral FALBS TO S. AMERICA Mr. and Mrs. Richard Falb, formerly of Denver, Colo., left Feb. 1 for Chile from New Mexico where both had been taking training for the past 15 weeks at the University of New Mexico as Peace Corps volunteers. Going by plane they had stopovers in Panama, Ecuador and Lima, Peru before landing' at Santiago, the capital of Chile. They are now living in Los Andes, which is in the foothills near Aconcaqua Peak and has a population of between 10 and 20,000 people. Spanish is the native language. It is now sum mer time there. Mrs. Falb will work in community development and Mr. Falb in credit union work. He is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Falb of Liv ermore. GUILD MEETING Guild met at the Parish Hal Tuesday evening with a large attendance. Mrs. Ted Wagner, the president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Lester Wehrspann of Ottosen showed slides that their son Roger had taken in Viet Nam. Afterwards cards were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mrs. Alvin Berte and Mrs. Jerry Weydert. Mrs. Monte Toohey, chairman, and Mrs. Ed Elbert, co-chairman, were in charge of the entertainment and lunch. The March meeting will be devoted to mission work. James Lempke, entered the Lu- __Names called for the cash theran hospital in Ft. Dodge on' Monday where they had their onsils and adenoids removed nd minor ear surgery done on 'uesday. Both are second, grad- rs in school and while at the vospital shared the same room. They returned home on Wednesday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet next Monday night Feb. 21 'or 'their February meeting at the Legion Hall. Staff Sgt. Dennit Armttrong and family are now stationed at llgin air force base in Florida. An 'administrative specialist he las been in Alaska. Mrt. Edwin VerSteeg was hos- ;ess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. C. M. Baker won. high, Mrs. Jim Bormann, second high and Mrs. Ned Bohach, low. Mrs. Louis Behounek returned home Wednesday evening from the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where she had been a medical patient since the previous Friday. The Equality Club met at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Malk- the president, conducted drawing Saturday night were Alvin Bormann $50, Raymond Reis $20. History exhibit is planned by LuVerne class Lu Verne — The history classes of LuVerne high school are sponsoring a community historical exhibition at the school Sunday, March 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. The exhibition will include displays by various groups and individuals from LuVerne and surrounding community. Included will be exhibitions of old clothing, photographs, buggies, toys, furniture, household items and a scale model of a medieval manor now being constructed by the sophomore class. Individuals or groups are encouraged to provide a labeled display. These displays will be set up March 12 and care will imia, LI.B Fiuaui^n. v-uuuuv.^ b k u the business meeting and roll „. » . . T . DCOrwor Norman Wagner married in North Dakota Word has been received that Norman Wagner, son of Richard Wagner, and Nyla Nelson, of Bismarck, N.D., were married Dec. 30. They were married in the chapel of the Zkm Lutheran church and spent their honeymoon in Minneapolis. Mr. Wagner is a physical therapist at the hospital in Bis marck. MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Seriet Livermore Co-op. 2762 High Team Game Prior Skelly 963 High Individual Seriet Casey 522 High Individual Game Casey 219 STRIKES 'H SPARES Ralph Stalls, LuVerne, wed for 35 years I Rollond Walllne --- 3H.37 Delaine Blumer 3 9.73 | Harold Trauger ---- H6.J9 Dept. of Health State Permit Board 1 Lowson Hdwe. 3.00 3.00 56.74 Stan's Repair Shop 5.00 .Standard Sil Co; 09.03 Advance Pub. Co. 112.06 James Mollory Trouger's Mkf. Sanford Plbg. D.X. Sunroy Harris Fire Control Nielsen's D.X. Gibbs Cooke Equip. Co. 3.50 9.04 18.85 49.45 27.39 5.12 51.43 5.78 5.55 8.00 Mott Porrott & Sons .-;-.£' 23.38 NW. Bell Telephone' .-..---2'- 27.47 Ruger's Glass B Beer ,Perfhi* l '»was te- newed. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trouger, Town Clerk Receipts far Jan., 19*4 Osnerol Street -Public Safety Sanitation -Mun. Ent. .. HAS HEART ATTACK Tuesday Mrs. Ralph Stoll and her sister, Mrs. Elmer Hutchi son, Eagle Grove, visited their sister, Mrs. Grover Me Intire in the hospital at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Me Intire, 52, had a heart attack. They also visited another sister in Alden. MOVES TO CANADA The L. B. Sheltons 'have received word their son Lee has noved from Pittsburgh, Pa. to oronto, Canada. He is employed by Travelers Ins. Co. and vill be a supervisor of their anadian field offices. TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Traugers 65V 2 22Vz Pattersons 55% 32y 2 Beauty Shop 51 37 Village Pump 44% 43% Les's Barber Shop _ 41% 46% K & H Oil 41 43 Pioneer Cheese 30 54 Bamboo Lounge 19 69 High Team Seriet Traugers ___, 2213 High Team Game Traugers __ ,__ 816 High Individual Series Marlys 537 High Individual Game Marlys 217 The Ralph Stolls were Sunday guests of the Henry Baa-1 Hygje'nic Lob. des, Titonka, for the 35th dou- -\.T • f ble wedding anniversary. Both NfltlPP OT couples were married at the livnv,^ VJA Titonka Methodist parsonage Fph 1fi 1QT1 Afternoon euestS NOTICE Of SPECIAL ELECTION *eD. Ib, ltfJl.Attern.OOn g« e SlS Notice is nereb y given that a special Were the BaadCS Children, the | election will be held in ^the Town of Lu Donald Baades and Kenzy J Korts, Woden. The wives made I the "leioi a special lunch and the grand- |town> to children gave a program. 18.10 6.71 ' 7.19 .j^j, •: 29.99 Recreation 5.00 Utilities §§X-it Road Use Tax — - ^.350.5.5 Total _-__.----$1,287!63 Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algooo, lowo, February 17, 1966. T~<1 11.16011011 1 •» f W.S.C.S. MEETING The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with the President, Mrs. Herb Raney conducting the business meeting. Mrs. Arnold Hill gave the meditation and the lesson was given by Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ernie Logue and Mrs. Dale Joiner for Mrs. Dick Schultz who was unable to be present. call was "Anecdotes of Famous Americans." Mrs. Molly Foth ave the lesson.and read of the le of Helen Keller. Mrs. Marha Hughes was a guest. After the social hour lunch was serv- d by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naeve f Clare were visitors in the Herb Raney home Thursday evening. A family dinner was held Sunday at the C. M. Baker home n honor of their daughter Janine's (Mrs. John Berte) birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Berte and family of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker and family, Mike and Wck Altman and Mr. and Mrs. 'Dub" Melavin of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrt. Gordon Scott and family of Storm Lake were visitors in the parental Norman Scott home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and girls of Klemme visited UPW WOMEN Mrs. Harold Dolder was hostess to the United Presbyterian Women in the home of her fa ther, Harry Clark, Wednesday afternoon with fourteen mem bers present. The President Mrs. Jessamine Miller, conduct ed the business meeting and the lesson was given by Mrs. John Olson. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dolder. Since space must be reserved prior to the exhibition, people vill find entrance blanks on the posters in the downtown busi K.C. TOP SIX BOWLING W 57 Pete's Garage 55 Pioneer 50 Smith Lumber 43 Vote's Place 42 Livermore Lanes — 31 L 35 37 42 49 50 61 Friendly Neighbors club met Tuesday at Mrs. Edwin Hefti's 10 members present. Mrs !dwin Marty had the lesson ant Mrs. Jim Hefti had surprise en .ertainment. The new president Mrs. Leonard Kiley, presided and received a new member Vlrs. Marvin Meyers. Lunch wa served by the hostess. The Chester Sills left for Florida Wednesday for a two wee vacation. They will visit Mrs Sill's brother. The Fred Baumgartnert. lef Thursday for a few weeks in Phoenix, Ariz. They will visit) her cousin. WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Sanford's 2736 High Team Game Sanford_s 1020 High Individual Series F. Gronbach __. 585 High Individual Game Ben Hefty 235 baby daughter. They have three boys and three girls. The Orren Olsons are attending an R.E.A. convention in Las Vegas and will also spend PRINCIPAL^LACE^ OF, some time in California. The Al- question of whether the following public measure shall be adopted: "Shall the following nonexclusive franchise Ordinance No. 65, passed by the Town Council of LuVerne, Iowa on the 20th day of January 1966, be adopted?" AN ORDINANCE PERRY OWA7 ITS . AT SUCCESSORS AND THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Dawson 2115 Hioh Team Game Zentner _"_ 804 Hrih Individual Series M. Stripling 243 Bud Dawson 243 High Individual Game J. Henderson 546 M. Stripling 501 bert Schipulls, LuVerne, accompanied them. Peggy Olson is staying with her grandparents, the Thor Olsons. Mrs. Pearl Barber attended services at the Methodist church in LuVerne when her granddaughter, daughter of the Robert Barbers, was baptized. The water used for the baptism was brought by the pastor's son from the River Jordan. The Levi Sweens took Mrs. Carl Opheim to Marshalltown Staturday, and Sunday Mrs. Opheim accompanied her brother, Clifford Sween, to California. They will make an extended visit with Mrs. Opheim's son, the Keith Opheims, and a daughter, the Bill Wilsons, who are also vacationing in California. The Ernest Bergs, Harold ASSIGNS, THE'FRANCHISE AND RIGHT FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS (25) YEARS TO ERECT. CONSTRUCT RECONSTRUCT, MAINTA N AND OPERATE A NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GAS DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GAS IN THE TOWN OF LU VERNE, IOWA, CONSISTING OF ALL SUCH EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY, PIPES FIXTURES, TANKS AND OTHER APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY OR USEFUL FOR SUCH DISTRIBUTING SYS TEM, AND TO USE AND OCCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAID TOWN WITH GAS MAINS, PIPES PIPE LINE CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT FOR THE SALE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION OF SUCH GAS IN AND TO SAID TOWt- OF LUVERNE, IOWA AND THE INHABI TANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS, AND TO 1 Reservations can also be nade by a telephone call to Dennis Holmes at the school or jy contact with any sophomore or junior student of LuVerne ligh school. No admission will be charged but a free-will offering will be taken to defray expense of the coffee and cookies. i v,uuaiii. i A Collyn De Nio spent Wednet|£; ents, the Bert De Nios. She ;is SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Lawson's 2175 High Team Game Lawson's 754 High Individual Series Bergs, and Harley Berg went to Garner Saturday for Mrs. Mollie Berg's 88th birthday. Accompanying the Bergs were Mrs. Pearl Barber, Viola Thompson, Martha and Edna a senior at the college of busi-l'K. Casey ness administration in Iowa Ci-l A - Blake High Individual Game NEW DAUGHTER An 8 Ib. baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Jaeger of Humboldt Sunday, Feb. 6 at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. This makes 3 girls in the family and the 3rd grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh. The two other little girls stayed with the grandparents while their mother was in the hospital. BAND CONCERT The Wm. Penn College Stage Band of Oskaloosa will present an evening concert at the Twin Rivers high school in Bode Wednesday, Feb. 23rd. Larry Joiner son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner, is one of the members of this band. High Team Series Pete's Garage 2454 Pioneer 2370 Evermore Lanes 2353 High Team Game 'ete's Garage 879 mith Lumber 862 Avermore Lanes 824 High Individual Series Argil Smith 587 Al Sinclair 571 Bob Bormann 564 High Individual Game Bob Bormann 247 Virgil Smith 224 Ervin Mertz 217 DOMINO LEAGUE W L American Legion 61 31 Sawyer's 60 32 K.O. Hardware 60 32 Andersen Motors 49 43 Dick's 49 43 Town Tavern 46 46 Livermore Oil Co.'__ 43 49 Livermore St. Bank _ 40 52 Mike's Service Gar. 36 56 Schmidt's 16 76 The Keith Hindmans, Le Mars, were Sunday guests of his parents, the Rev. Hindmans. They were enroute home from Iowa City where they stayed overnight with Rev. S. J. Halm. Mrs. Fay Harmon and Mrs. Lee Wittmeier visited Mrs. Harmon's son, Lowell, at Webster City, Tuesday. The Lee Wittmeiers visited Thursday with her sister, the Albert Nielsens, Britt. The Floyd Patersons were Sunday guests of their daughter, the Jack McClellans. Debbie Wittmeier, daughter of the Gary Wittmeiers, Ft Dodge, visited a week with her grandparents, the Lee Wittmei ers. TURTLE SUPPER The Legion Boys are sponsor ing a turtle supper at the Le gjon Hall Saturday, Feb. 26 for the benefit of the Little League ball teams. The public is invited KILTS BABY A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Kilts Saturday, Feb 5. This makes 3 children in the family. Burt Bonq!e now ha* th« cast 196 High Individual Series Dennis Behounek 53E Jim Lempke 534 Noble Harris '. 521 High Individual Game Jim Lempke '24£ Dennis Behounek 222 Howard Barton 197 High Team Series Sawyer's 2383 Town Tavern 237 K.O. Hardware 2372 High Team Game Town Tavern The Lee Wittmeiers spent Sat urday at their son, the Gary Wittmeiers, Ft. Dodge. The Mike Coyles, Ottosen spent Sunday at their son, th Bernard Coyles. The Don Meyers, Minneapo s, were Sunday guests of his arents, the Harold Meyers. )ther guests were the Keith miths, Humboldt. It wa^ Don's irthday. The Wm. Goetsches attended he Valentine program Monday t the Bertha Godfrey school n Algona. They visited the kin- .ergarten class of which their daughter, Mrs. Jon Putnam, is eacher. Kiddies and Biddies met Tue- day at Mrs. Herman Hinz's. Receiving 9-bid was Mrs. Myron Hinz; high, Mrs. Herman Hinz; ow, Mrs. Chas. Hinz, and travel, Mrs. Herman Schultz. Guests vere Mrs. Chas. Hinz and Mrs. Myron Hinz. Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, visited over the weekend with ier mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling. The Wm. Goetsches were Sawyer's 836 •VVI I KP*M«*I»V «"W "»T "-^ w^-~* . • . r • nn off his ankle which he broke I American Legion 82 y- The Fred Baumgartners visi- ed Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Minnie Dickie, Mason City. The Vervin Davidsons, Adel, >vere Sunday guests of his parents, the Ralph Davidsons. E.U.B. Missionary met Thursday at the church with 14 members present and a guest, Emma Marty. Mrs. Henry Marty lad devotions and the lesson on the Christian calling. Mrs. Andrew Marty was the hostess and served lunch. Auxiliary met at the Town Hall Monday evening with 14 members present and a guest, Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf. The hostesses, Mrs. Jack Guy and Mrs Bert Ramus, served lunch. Mrs Owen Curry and Mrs. Bryan Stewart had the entertainment of guessing games. Two $5 gifts were given for memorials by Mrs. Sadie Wagner and Mrs. Rosie Hardcopf. Sunday guests at Mrs. Jessie Stripling's were her daughter and son, Sandra Stripling, Des Moines and the Olem Striplings for Sandra's birthday. The Ralph Davidsons, Percy Brinks and Allyn Brinks attended the 25th anniversaries of the Ray Cunninghams and Fred Asas at the Doan church, near Sexton. Mrs. Allyn Brink was one of the hostesses. The Harley Rushers, Bancroft, were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Lena Hinz. Sunday guests of the Clarence Nielsens were the Ralph Stolls, Harold Nielsens, Sr., Albert Nielsens, Britt and Carroll Gillespies, Ren wick. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Christiansen, Emma Rolland, LuVeme, Iowa: Blake 554 , , SELL, TRANSMIT AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH GAS TO THE TOWN AND ITS INHABI TANTS, OR OTHERS, WITHIN OR WITH OUT fHE CORPORATE LIMITS OF TH TOWN OF LUVERNE, IOWA FOR LIGHT HEAT; POWER, FUEL, COOKING AN FOR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, AND PRE SCRIBING THE TERMS AND CONDITION OF THE GRANT AND THE PENALTY FO THE VIOLATION OF SAME, AND RE PEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. WHEREAS, North Central Public Service Co. has requested a Franchise to arrange for the distribution of natural and/or artificial gas in the Town of LuVerne, Iowa and said corporation is desirous of arranging for such distribution of gas; and, WHEREAS, it is deemed to be to the best interest of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa that arrangements be made for such distribution of gas and that North Central Public Service Co. be granted ° ^Ow' hi THER!FOR°E; BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Towi- of Section I. That the Town of LuVerne, Iowa htre i*" i nai ins IUWH ui i_uvuin^, IWTTU i.*..*. "%y grants unto North Central Public jer , ,„, „ ___________ ......... Mr<» Thftrqpn nf OttfVSPn Mrs vice Co., its successors and assigns, a MIS. inorsen 01 uupsen. ivirs. nonexC | U ^ ive Rignt and Franchise for o Berg IS now at Prairie Apartments in Garner. V16W I period ^ of ^twenty-five^ (25) yeors^ frort The Linda Hankins, daughter of the Warren Hankins, left Friday with the Henry Wruckes, Amboy, Minn., for two weeks in California. Judy Wrucke is a roommate of Linda at Mankato business school. Linda will visit Cyndy Rolland, daughter of the Keith Rollands, in Pasadena. Cyndy is a student at Pasadena college. Linda and Cyndy were both graduates of Twin Rivers last June. Mrs. Laura Mitsven received word recently in a letter from Robert W. Parker, captain, USAF, Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., of the promotion of her son, Gerald, to A1C. The Ernie Ellingsons were weekend visitors in Bode en- route to their home in Arvada, Colo. The Ellingsons were in Minnesota for the funeral of Barnt Bergs, Garner, and Earl Bergs, Clear Lake, were also guests. Richard Olson returned to Davenport chiropractic school after the weekend in Bode. Melody Hanson, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the par- sn'tal Royal Hanson's. Norman Rolland has returned from Lutheran hospital where he was a medical patient several weeks. Mrs. Herliev Nielson returned Friday from Lutheran hospital where she had been a patient following surgery of a broken wrist. ory A. D., 1966. Attest: Irvington By Mae McLean Sunday guests at Harold Sabdn's in Algona. Mrs. Beata Tew entered the Lutheran hospital, _Ft. Dodge, Wednesday for a medical checkup. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch attended an all-day executive meeting Tuesday of the Fort Dodge D trict Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist church at Fort Dodge. The Larry Wilsons, Albert Lea, Minn., had Sunday dinner with his aunt, the Chas. Hein- kels. They also visited his grandmother, Mrs. Seela Franz. The Albert Nielsens, Britt, were Wednesday callers at Fa\ Harmon's. Paul Blumer left Saturday for his vacation in Texas. He was not definite on how long he would be away. Mrs. Lucinda Stone was in Cedar Falls Saturday and Sun day visiting relatives, the Clar ence Messerers, a nephew. En route, she visited Mrs. Elmea Dart, Rockwell. The Eli Bagers had Saturda. dinner at her sister, the Martii Larsons, Webster City. The James Heftis had the! card club Sunday. Receivin, high for women was Mrs. Le Roy Weber and men, Ben Heft who also received 9-bids. Mr. Ellingson's mother who died at the home of a daughter in Oklahoma. Mrs. EUingson •as buried at Ellendale, Minn., an. 29. The Ellingsons also pent some time with Mrs. Ellingson's brother in Minne- polis. Twin Rivers Band Mothers vill serve the annual Farmers elevator dinner at the school in Bode Feb. 16. The Bob Joselyns, Clarion, Jenning Nielsens and Suzie Flanagan, Humboldt, were Sunday visitors at Art Hanson's. The Carl Olsons, Livermore, were Sunday visitors at Ronald Olson's. The Ray Kadings, Fenton, were visitors Sunday at her brother, the Melvin Bratlands. Mrs. Elmer Hoversten returned recently from Orlando, Fla., where she spent several months at her daughter, the Lyle Aash- eims. The Aasheims have a Mr, and Mrs. Donald Frankl Minneapolis, were overnigh guests at the home of Donald's mother, Mrs. Marie Frankl Fri day night. They were enroute to Miami, Fla., for a two-week vacation with friends there. Marguerite Hayes was a din ner guest Sunday at the Mile Kollasch home in Algona. Oth er guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrel of Whittemore. The Fun and Do Club met Wednesday, Feb. 9 at the home of Wilma Arndorfer. All members were present with Mirs. John Preuschl as guest. 500 was played with prizes going to Eulalia Altman, Stella Eischen and Mrs. Preuschl. The next meeting will be at the home of Dorothy Plathe March 9. COUNCIL MINUTES TOWN OF UuVERNE COUNCIL MINUTES February 7, 1966 The Town Council mot with all councilmen present, and Mayor Mallory presiding. The following bills were allowed: Verlaine Johnson . S 125.00 I.P.S. Co - 183.87 Treas of State 19.47 and after the date of passage, approve ond publication of this ordinance, to erect, construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate within said Town of LL Verne, Iowa, a natural and/ artificic gas distributing system, together witl all appurtenances, pipes, machinery anks and appliances necessary or use : ul thereto, for the distribution of na ural and/or artificial gas for the pur »se of selling, distributing and supply ng such gas to the Town and the in lobitants thereof, and others, togethe with the Right and Franchise to use an occupy the streets, avenues, alleys, brie get and other public places of sai Town, as now laid out or hereafter ex tended, with its gas mains, pipes, pip ines, distributing lines, conduits and oth er appliances and appurtenances neces sory or useful for the purpose of main faining and operating such gas distribut ing system within the Town of LuVerne Iowa, and the Right and Franchise o selling, distributing, and supplying sai Town, and inhabitants thereof, and oth ers, within and without the corporate Mm its of said Town, with such gas for ligh fuel, power, cooking and other purpose subject to the terms and conditions this ordinance, as herein set forth, a repealing all ordinances in conflict there with. Section II. Grantee shall construct, maintain -•-._,__ _ . T _. operate or otherwise provide a modern FOR SALE and adequate natural and/or artificial gos distributing system for the furnishing, sale and/or distribution of such gas in the Town of LuVerne, Iowa as soon as a supply of gas is available, and said system shall have adequate capacity to furnish the reasonable requirements of said town ond its inhabitants with gas as may be required to furnish adequate service within the said town. The grantee shall not be required to extend the distribution system for customers until the grantee is able to obtain sufficient gas for such extension and until the grantee has been assured that it will have such additional customers under contract to use its product as will assure the grantee a reasonable return on its cost for any such extension of the distribution system. Section III. In order to effect the rights granted hereunder the grantee is authorized to make all necessary excavations in the streets, avenues, alleys and other lanes ond public places of said Town of Lu Verne, Iowa, but the same shall be done with the least possible interference with or inconvenience to the public individuals, or public property; and the grantee shall, in all cases, restore all streets alleys, and public places, ond all pavements and excavations, to their origina condition; and in laying mains and pipes the grantee shall conform to all reo sonable regulations prescribed by the town to prevent injury to the pavement streets, avenues, alleys ond oublic pla ces, and grantee shall not unnecessarily interfere with, injure or change any pave ment, water pipes, drains or sewers o said town, either public or private. Thi grantor agrees that after the grantee' distribution system has been constructec the grantor will not interfere with th location of said distribution system with out reimbursing the grantee foi cost o such interference or relocation. Section IV. The grants herein contained are upon the express condition that the orantee shall be liable for all damages caused by the negligence or mismanagement of grantee, its agents or employees, in the construction and maintenance of said dis ribution system, and it shall protect said Town of LuVerne, Iowa from any nd all liability therefrom. Section V. That the grantee, in addition to sav- 19 the Town of LuVerne, Iowa harmless om any and all claims which may be ad« ogainst the town by reason of or n account of the construction, mainten- nce or operation of the plant, distribut- ng system, and other construction ereet- d and maintained under or by virtue f this Franchise, shall defend any suit roughf ogainst the town on account lereof at its sole cost and expense, ond lould any judgment be rendered against ie town as o result of said suit or uits, the grantee hereby agrees to poy aid judgment, and the record of trtt udgment against said town in such suit hall be conclusive evidence to entitle aid town to recover the amount there- if from said grantee. Section VI. That if the grantee fails to perform any of the conditions, requirements, du- ies or obligations herein provided to be «rformed, by said grantee, the town nay cause to be served upon the gran- ee a written notice in the manner pro- ided for serving original notices in civil actions, which notice shall specify _ the particular conditions, duties, obligations, >r requirements which it is claimed the grantee has failed to perform, and if •he grantee shall not perform such conditions, requirements, duties or obligations specified in said notice within thirty (30) days after the date of. the service of soid notice, upon a proper showing made by the town before a court of competent jurisdiction, the court, at its discretion, may order or refuse to order the performance of such requirements, or may grant a forfeiture of all the rights of the grantee. Section VII. That all the provisions of this ordinance shall apply to the successors and assigns of the grantee with the same force and effect as they do the grantee itself. Section VIII. That all ordinances, or parts of ordi- ances, insofar as they are in direct con- ict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section IX. This ordinance shall take effect upon s acceptance in writing by the grantee, led with the Town Clerk within thirty 30) days from its approval,by a majority f the electors of the Town of LuVerne, owa voting thereon at a general or spe- ial election as provided by law. Section X. The grantee shall pay all expenses ncurred in the preparation and publica- ion of this ordinance and the grantee hall pay the costs incurred in holding he election to submit this ordinance to he legal electors for their approval as provided by law. Section XI. Whenever the term "grantee" '.is used icroin it shall be taken to mean and include North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Town Council of the Town of Lu Verne, Iowa, on the 20th day of • Janu- Jomes Mallory, Moyor H. G. Trouger, Town Clerk POLLING PLACE The polling place for said election shall be at the Town Hall ond the polls will be opened at 8:00 o'clock a.m. of the forenoon and will be closed at 8:00 o'clock p.m. of the evening of said day. James Mallory, Mayor of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa. Attest: H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk of the Town of LuVerne, Iowa. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Jon. 27, Feb. 3, 10 and 17, 1966. WANT AD FOR SALE — New and used washers and dryers. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. New and used oil space heaters. Lawson Hd- ve., LuVerne. "OR SALE — 20% discount on new snow blowers in stock, ^awson Hdwe., LuVerne. SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monograming, and fancy stitch designs. Can be seen in your area. Take over eight payments of $5.03 a month, or will discount for cash. WRITE: CREDIT MANAGER, 720 N. WESTERN AVE., ST. PAUL 3, MINN. 8-10-12-14-16* LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD ATTENTION LIVESTOCK FEEDERS Did you know there is a complete livestock hauling service available in your area? We now have a 41 ft. livestock trailer, along with 2 straight trucks. For any large cr small jobs, long or short haul*, w« have it. PATTERSON BROS. Call 882-3356 LuVerne, Iowa" 12-H

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